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Bear, Deer, and Dogs On The Slocan-Kootenay Lookout

There is a website trailpeak.com that I use to search out trails in my area. Often, the trails posted to the site work out wonderfully. Sometimes not. 874 more words

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Aspects of life in Fort Steele, B.C.

Fort Steele is a heritage town in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. It is located north of the Crowsnest Highway along Highways 93 and 95, 16 km northeast of Cranbrook.

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The First Post

Where do I start? I suppose I’ll just explain where I am and what I’m doing currently, for now. As time goes on, I’ll add old trip reports and adventures, as well as new ones as they happen. 308 more words

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Storm Mountain

I was drawn to this route in Alan Kane’s Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies as it was described as being easier in the early season for two reasons. 309 more words

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Stanley Glacier

Hiking to Stanley Glacier in Kootenay National Park was a great hike to do last September. We were the only vehicle in the parking lot, so first out on the trail. 333 more words

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Floe Lake and Numa Pass

I did this hike in early October 2014. I couldn’t quite make up my mind whether to do this hike or to visit Lussier Hotsprings in White Swan Provincial Park, however the weather was good so I couldn’t justify spending so much time in the car driving all the way to Lussier Hotsprings. 540 more words

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Ten Great Summer Hikes in the Canadian Rockies

I thought I’d share a few of the hikes that I really love in the Mountain National Parks (Banff, Yoho, Kootenay and Jasper)

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